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Honduras

Serving San Pedro Sula.

Honduras

Serving San Pedro Sula.

Honduras

1,442 Families
Impacted Last Year

Established in 2009, Mentors International helps individuals and families throughout Honduras turn generational poverty into sustainable self-reliance. The Honduras economy is heavily dependent on U.S. trade, which historically took the form of exporting bananas and coffee.

This country has one of the highest populations of people living in extreme poverty in Central America.

In Honduras, 57% of the population struggles to survive on less than $5.50 a day. The people of Honduras suffer from high unemployment and vastly unequal distribution of wealth.

Fortunately, through mentorship, training, and financial solutions, individuals and families are improving their incomes, paying off their debts, and increasing their savings. They are starting businesses, finding employment, and spreading prosperity throughout their local communities.

Honduras

1,442 Families
Impacted Last Year

Established in 2009, Mentors International helps individuals and families throughout Honduras turn generational poverty into sustainable self-reliance. The Honduras economy is heavily dependent on U.S. trade, which historically took the form of exporting bananas and coffee.

This country has one of the highest populations of people living in extreme poverty in Central America.

In Honduras, 57% of the population struggles to survive on less than $5.50 a day. The people of Honduras suffer from high unemployment and vastly unequal distribution of wealth.

Fortunately, through mentorship, training, and financial solutions, individuals and families are improving their incomes, paying off their debts, and increasing their savings. They are starting businesses, finding employment, and spreading prosperity throughout their local communities.

Honduras

1,442 Families Impacted Last Year

Established in 2009, Mentors International helps individuals and families throughout Honduras turn generational poverty into sustainable self-reliance. The Honduras economy is heavily dependent on U.S. trade, which historically took the form of exporting bananas and coffee.

This country has one of the highest populations of people living in extreme poverty in Central America.

In Honduras, 57% of the population struggles to survive on less than $5.50 a day. The people of Honduras suffer from high unemployment and vastly unequal distribution of wealth.

Fortunately, through mentorship, training, and financial solutions, individuals and families are improving their incomes, paying off their debts, and increasing their savings. They are starting businesses, finding employment, and spreading prosperity throughout their local communities.

Honduras

Learning and Mentoring Centers
in San Pedro Sula

At our Learning and Mentoring Center, students can receive business and vocational training in:

Entrepreneurial Training

Graphic Design

English

Sales/Customer Service

Computer Skills

Personal Leadership

Students pay for their classes by performing 40 hours of approved community service. In 2019, there were 680 vocational training program graduates that performed a combined total of 30,432 hours of community service.

Honduras

Learning and Mentoring Centers
in San Pedro Sula

At our Learning and Mentoring Center, students can receive business and vocational training in:

Entrepreneurial Training

Graphic Design

English

Sales/Customer Service

Computer Skills

Personal Leadership

Students pay for their classes by performing 40 hours of approved community service. In 2019, there were 680 vocational training program graduates that performed a combined total of 30,432 hours of community service.

Honduras

Learning and Mentoring Centers in San Pedro Sula

At our Learning and Mentoring Center, students can receive business and vocational training in:

Entrepreneurial Training

Graphic Design

English

Sales/Customer Service

Computer Skills

Personal Leadership

Students pay for their classes by performing 40 hours of approved community service. In 2019, there were 680 vocational training program graduates that performed a combined total of 30,432 hours of community service.

Local Leadership

Local Leadership

Executive Director

Otoniel Manley

Otoniel Manley is a creative engineer who loves to solve problems. His goal is to surpass each and every goal in his life. He is an optimistic believer and a natural entrepreneur. Before Mentors Honduras, Manley worked as General Manager in a family business, and also as Logistics and Production Manager in a screen printing plant. He more than doubled productivity in every case. Born and raised in a poor environment himself, he was able to receive excellent academic and spiritual education which has prepared his mind and heart to serve and understand Mentors’ Honduras clients.

Program Manager

Nora Maricel Gonzales

Nora Maricel Gonzales graduated from the National Autonomous University of Honduras Law School. She is a registered member of the Honorable Bar Association of Honduras. She is grateful for the opportunity to be part of the Mentors Honduras team. She loves being able to use her skills to contribute to the development of the people and the country which she loves dearly. She feels like she has been blessed greatly both personally and professionally through her work with Mentors Honduras.

Executive Director

Otoniel Manley

Otoniel Manley is a creative engineer who loves to solve problems. His goal is to surpass each and every goal in his life. He is an optimistic believer and a natural entrepreneur. Before Mentors Honduras, Manley worked as General Manager in a family business, and also as Logistics and Production Manager in a screen printing plant. He more than doubled productivity in every case. Born and raised in a poor environment himself, he was able to receive excellent academic and spiritual education which has prepared his mind and heart to serve and understand Mentors’ Honduras clients.

Program Manager

Nora Maricel Gonzales

Nora Maricel Gonzales graduated from the National Autonomous University of Honduras Law School. She is a registered member of the Honorable Bar Association of Honduras. She is grateful for the opportunity to be part of the Mentors Honduras team. She loves being able to use her skills to contribute to the development of the people and the country which she loves dearly. She feels like she has been blessed greatly both personally and professionally through her work with Mentors Honduras.

2019 Impact in Honduras

2019 Impact in Honduras

12

Mentoring

sessions

12

Graduates

from vocational trianing programs

12

Small Loans

were given

159%

average Increase

in income

550%

Average Increase

in personal savings

65%

Average Decrease

in personal consumer debt

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